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Canadian Sheet Music
by Draper, W. R. (William R.)
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Bizet, Georges, 1838-1875
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[English] Lamb of God, that takest away our sins, / Have compassion, have compassion upon us. / O thou Lamb of God, that takest away the sins of the world, / Have compassion, have compassion, have compassion upon us. / Lamb of God, O Lamb of God, Thou that bearest the sins of the world, / Lamb of God, O Lamb of God, Thou that takest away all the sins of the world, / O Lamb of God, thy peace be with us, Lamb of God, O Lamb of God, Thy peace with us. / Thy peace, Thy peace ever be with us....
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Lotter, Adolf
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No. 1 | Joy to the World | G. F. Handel [Verse 1] Joy to the world, the Lord has come / Let earth receive her King / Let every heart prepare Him room / And heaven and nature sing, and heaven and nature sing / And heaven, and heaven and nature sing [Verse 2] Joy to the world, the Savior reigns / Let men their songs employ / While fields and floods, rocks, hills, and plains / Repeat the sounding joy, repeat the sounding joy / Repeat, repeat the sounding joy [Verse 3] No more let sins and sorrows...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Quilter, Roger, 1877-1953
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[Verse 1] Fain would I change the note / To which fond Love hath charm’d [charmed] me / Long, long to sing by rote, / Fancying that harm’d [harmed] me / Yet when this thought doth come / “Love, is the perfect sum / Of all delight!" / I have no other choice / Either for pen or voice / To sing or write. [Verse 2] O Love! They wrong thee much / That say thy sweet is bitter, / When thy rich fruit is such / As nothing can be sweeter, / Fair house of joy and bliss, / When truest, where...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Bennett, William Sterndale, Sir, 1816-1875
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[i] God is a spirit, / and they that worship Him, / must worship Him in spirit and in truth. / For the Father seeketh such to worship Him. [ii] God is a spirit, / and they that worship Him, / must worship Him in spirit and in truth. / For the Father seeketh such to worship Him, / to worship Him in spirit and in truth.
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Morin-Labrecque, Albertine, 1886-1957
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Thou didst leave Thy throne, and Thy kingly crown, / When Thou camest to earth for me; / But in Bethlehem’s home was there found no room / For Thy holy Nativity. / O come to my heart, Lord Jesus! / There is room in my heart for Thee. / The foxes found rest, and the birds had their nest / In the shade of the forest tree; / But Thy couch was the sod, O Thou Son of God, / In the desert of Galilee. / O come to my heart, Lord Jesus, / There is room in my heart for Thee. / When the heavens shall...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Stuart, Leslie, 1864-1928
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[Verse 1] Britons once did loyally declaim / About the way we rul’d the waves; / Ev’ry Briton’s song was just the same, / When singing of our soldier braves, / All the world had heard it, wonder’d shy we sang, / And some have learn’d the reason why. / But we’re forgetting it, / And we’re letting it / Fade away and gradually die, / Fade away and gradually die. / So when we say that England’s master, / Remember who has made her so. [Chorus] It’s the Soldiers of the Queen, my...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Bruce, Muriel E.
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[Verse 1] Marching, marching thro’ [through] the misty night, / Peering thro’ the dark, longing for a fight, / Tramping, stumbling, on the broken ground / With the tang of battle all around. While at home the busy needles fly, / Knitting with a smile, / Knitting with a sigh, / For their sons, and brothers, / Fathers, lovers, too; / They’re knitting for the soldiers brave and true. [Chorus] Knitting, knitting, knitting, with the Khaki wool and grey, / Mufflers, socks and balaclava caps, /...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Adams, Stephen, 1844-1913
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[Verse 1] It was the eve of Christmas, / The snow lay deep and white, / I sat beside my window, and look’d [looked] into the night, / I heard the church bells ringing, I saw the bright stars shine, / And childhood came again to me, / With all its dreams divine. [Verse 2] Then, as I list’ned [listened] to the bells, And watch’d [watched] the skies afar, / Out of the East majestical / There rose one radiant star; / And ev’ry [every] other star grew pale / Before that heav’nly [heavenly]...
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[English] [i] Night of stars, and night of love, / Fall gently o’er [over] the waters, / Heav’n [Heaven] around, below, above, / No more we’ll heed the shore! [ii] Floating thus in silver lights, / Sing on! Oh earth’s fair daughters, / Love had ne’er [never] an hour so bright, / In fabled days of yore [iii] The cadenc'd oar will rhyme / To the measure we sing, / Till even charmed Time, / Fold a moment his wing / Wander on! Till the dawn! Ah! [iv] Night of stars, and night of love, /...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Manley, Morris, fl. 1900-1920
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[Verse 1] It’s jolly good luck to Johnnie Cannuck / And all the allie [sic] soldiers, / They’re fighting day by day / In trenches far away, / They’ll all march back with the Union Jack, / In history they’ll gain fame / Just give them a cheer and banish the tear, / For they’ll return again. [Chorus] Good luck to the boys of the Allies, / Just cheer them on the way / The Union Jack they’re proud of, / While fighting day by day / When the band plays that tune called Tipperary, /...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by O'Hara, Geoffrey, 1882-1967
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[i] I made of my heart a temple, / But the Saviour came not in, / For its aisles were cloyed with malice, / And its bells were choked with sin. [ii] And its air was heavy with incense, / And its priests were sandal-shod, / I made of my heart a temple, / But its revealed no God! [iii] I made of my heart a stable, / And the Saviour came and smiled, / Where the cattle of human kindness / Browsed the evening mild, [iv] And its air was pure and pungent, / With grass of the rain swept sad, / I made...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Tarbox, Chas. Smith
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[Verse 1] My Mary Ann’s a teacher / in a great big public school / She gets one thousand dollars ev’ry year / She has charge of all the children / You’d never find a fool / for Mary gives them all the proper ateer / For she studied Greek and Latin / real French and Timbuctoo / Yes, German, Spanish, Turk and Hindostan / Sweet Portuguese and Irish as Jerusalem Hebrew / Such an education has my Mary Ann. [Chorus] She’s a darling / she’s a daisy / She’s a dumpling / she’s a lamb / You...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Chandler, Gus
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Stevens, George
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Godard, Benjamin, 1849-1895
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Harrison, Susie Frances, 1859-1935
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Lavalle, Calixa, 1842-1891
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[Verse 1] O Canada, Beloved Fatherland, / Thy brow is wreathed with maple garland grand. / Thine arm the sword hath wielded / Aloft the cross to raise / And history’s page hath yielded / To thee her meed of praise. / O God attend! Thy succor lend / When hearth and freedom we must still defend. / When hearth and freedom we must still defend [Verse 2] Favored of God, by mighty flood and tide, / Steadfast in hope, her stalwart sons abide; / With the surging blood of her restless sires, / Her...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by MacGregor, Donald C.
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[Verse 1] The world is now at war; / but when it all is o’er, / And our boys come marching back from overseas, / We shall cheer with all our might, / those who fought for God and Right, / While the shot and shell blew ‘round them like a breeze; / ‘Twas for France whose heart is bleeding, / that they crossed the treach’rous waves, / It’s for Freedom’s sake we’re singing: / “Britons never shall be slaves.” [Chorus] L stands for Losses and the Lives we put at stake; / I stands...
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[Latin] Salve! Salve! Salve Regina! Salve! / Salve! Salve! Salve! Regina / Mater misericordiae Salve / Mater misericordiae Salve / Vita, dulcedo / Et spes nostra Salve, mater, mater misericordiae Salve. / Ad te clamamus / Ad te clamamus Exules Fili Hevae / Ad te suspiramus gementes et flentes / in hae lacrymarum valle. / Ad te clamamus / Ad te clamamus / Exules Fili Hevae / Ad te suspiramus gementes et flentes in hae lacrymarum valle. / E ia ergo advocata nostra/ E ia ergo advocata nostra itlos...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Gideon, Melville, 1884-1933
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[Verse 1] This so-call’d [so-called] Government we’ve got today / Are cutting down expenses, so they say, / To save a few odd millions more or less / They want to scrap the Navy, do they? Yes! / We know they’re broke – well I’m broke! so are you broke! we're all broke / As we were when Bolling first sail’d [sailed] away; / But we’ve got the men! we've got the ships! what's more, we’ve got the water / And it’s just as wet as in Lord Nelson’s day. So [Chorus 1] Don’t let...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Ponce, Manuel M. (Manuel Maria), 1882-1948
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Star of love, set in a crown in mortal / O shine upon my heart, O give me all I need: / Star of love, tell my love I love her / That life apart from her is lone indeed / Is the night I behold you shining / For comfort and for peace, / I raise my eyes above: / And I pray that though all eternity / No cloud may hide from me my star of love / But am I waking or sleeping / Or lost in valleys of dreaming / Star of love, all my soul is wakening / To find the star of all love is you.
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Muir, Alexander, 1830-1906
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[Verse 1] In the days of yore, from Britain’s shore, / Wolfe the dauntless hero came, / And planted firm Britannia’s flag, / On Canada’s fair domain. / Here may it wave, our boast, our pride. / And joined in love together, / The Thistle, Shamrock, Rose entwine / The Maple Leaf forever! [Chorus] The Maple Leaf, our emblem dear, / The Maple Leaf forever! / God save our King, and Heaven bless / The Maple Leaf forever! [Verse 2] At Queenston Heights and Lundy’s Lane, / Our brave fathers,...
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by Beyer, Ferdinand, 1803-1863
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by Christiansen, F. Melius (Fredrick Melius), 1871-1955
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[Alto Solo] Fair are the meadows, / Fairer the woodlands, / Robed in flowers of blooming spring; / Jesus is fairer, / Jesus is purer, / He makes our sorrowing spirit sing. [All ladies voices] Beautiful Savior! / Lord of the nations! / Son of God and Son of Man! / Glory and honor / Praise, adoration / Now and forevermore be Thine. / Now and forevermore be Thine! [Male Chorus] Beautiful Savior! Lord of the nations! / Son of God and Son of Man! / Glory, glory and honor / Praise, adoration / Now...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Dupaigne, P.
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[Verse 1] O, Canadiens, vos noms viennent de France, / Et lon y voit resplendir la vaillance, / Briller le glaive, et rayonner la lance, / Comme aux combats que livraient vos aïeux. / Ces noms vaillants, qui rayonnent de gloire, / Parlant d'amour d'honneur et de victoire, / En lettres d'or sont écrits dans l'histoire: / Vos noms, Canadiens, vous viennent des preux. Champlain, Marquette, Lévis, Frontenac, Olier, / La Dauversière, Mance, Cartier. / Roy Delacour, Leduc, Sire, Lecomte, /...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Fraser-Simson, Harold, 1878-1944
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by Gabriel, Charles Hutchinson, 1856-1932
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[Verse 1] If I have wounded any soul today, / If I have caused one foot to go astray, / If I have walked in my own willful way, / Dear Lord, forgive! [Verse 2] If I have uttered idle words or vain / If I have turned aside from want or pain, / Lest I myself walked in my own willful way, / Dear Lord, forgive! [Verse 3] If I have been perverse or hard, or cold, / If I have longed for shelter is Thy fold, / When thou hast given me some fort to hold, / Dear Lord, forgive! [Verse 4] Forgive the sins...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Baer, Abel, 1893-1976
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My mother's eyes [English version] [Verse 1] Back in childhood days, I can remember / Loving caresses showered on me, / Mother’s eyes would gaze at me so tender, / What was their meaning? Now I can see, [Chorus] One bright and guiding light / That taught me wrong from right / I found in my mother’s eyes / Those baby tales she told, / That road all paved with gold, / I found in my mother’s eyes / Just like a wand’ring [wandering] sparrow one lonely soul / I walked the straight and narrow...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Bridges, Ethel
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[Verse 1] Softly the shadows fall, / Changing the day to night, / Softly the love birds call, / In the sweet Hawaiian twilight; / Then in the mellow glow, / Comes a lullaby sweet and low. [Chorus] Hear that plaintive melody, / Awhisp’ring [Whispering] thro’ [through] the trees, / Filled with love and harmony, / Comes floating on the breeze, / As the silver stars appear, / Like magic in the sky, / Hear them softly strumming that Hawaiian lullaby. [Verse 2] Wonderful song of dreams, / Sweet...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Dett, Robert Nathaniel, 1882-1943
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Johnstone, Astor
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[Verse 1] I’m dreaming of you Playmate of Mine, / Your voice I ever hear calling me; / Somehow I know that I’ll meet you some day, / Somehow I feel that your love lives for aye. [Chorus] Dear little, true little Playmate Mine, / Thru the years I can hear your sweet call / Dear little, true little Playmate Mine, / I loved you the best of all, of all, / Silver is mingled with tresses gold, / Yet the love in your heart is as true as of old; / In my life you still reign as in those days divine,...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Llewellyn, Arthur
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by Schallehn, Henry
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[i] Sirs, your toast a courteous answer chiming, / I lift my glass to soldiers gay and bold. / Toreros like you with courage flaming / Thrill with joy thrill with joy when they combats behold. / See the circus throng’d [thronged] with crowds of people / The seats are fill’d [filled] above below. / Loud bells rings [ring] out from ev’ry [every] steeple / All the world has come has come to the show / Hark what shouting what frenzied voices, / When the bull flies out with angry roar. / Ah,...
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by Champoux, Modeste-Paul, 1852-1923
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[Verse 1] Comme il est imposant, le beau panorama, / Projetant sa splendeur, sur celle qu’on aima; / Le sol accidenté, nous montre sa parure, / Là-bas: deux flots d’argent, coulent dans la verdure. / Quelques chênes pompeux, du haut de leurs grandeurs, / Lèvent sur les moissons, leurs grands bras protecteurs. [Chorus] Fort comme l’amour, et doux comme un sourire, / Lieu de mon berceau, sans toi je ne puis vivre. / Je t’ai donné mon coeur, / Car tu fis mon bonheur, / Tu m’as...
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by Godfrey, H. H. (Henry Herbert), 1858-1908
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[Verse 1] Now salute we the Standard that floats to the breeze; ‘Tis the / emblem of the free: And salute we proud Edward, our / Lord and our King, For a mighty Prince is / he; And Salute we the lads of our dear Canadian land, Who were / bred’ neath the Maple Tree: They Will stand for his name and will / fight for his fame No more loyal sons has he. [Chorus] O! Here they come: Yes here they come, to the sound of the fife and drum. / O! The gallant Sons of Canada would / serve the King: Dare...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Huycke, Asa, 1891-1971
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by Thomas, J. R. (John Rogers), 1830-1896
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[Verse 1] Blessings on the hand of Woman! / Angels guard its strength and grace, / In the palace cottage, hovel, / O, no matter where the place! / World that never storms assailed it; / Rainbows over gently curled; / For the hand that rocks the cradle / Is the hand that rocks the world, / For the hand that rocks the cradle / Is the hand that rocks the world. [Verse 2] In fancy’s the tender fountain; / Power may with Beauty flow; /Mothers first to guide the streamlets; / From them souls...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Grant-Schaefer, George Alfred, 1872-1939
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“Rock-a-bye Dollie” [p. 6-7] [Verse 1]: Rock a bye dollie in the big swing, / Roch a bye dollie while the birds sing, / When the rope breaks my dollie will fall, Down will come dear little dollie and all. [Verse 2]: Rock a bye dollie in the high chair / When I rock slowly dollie don’t care, / When I rock faster dollie falls out, / Then little goldie locks sets up a shout. [Verse 3]: Rock a bye dollie in her white bed, / When I rock slowly she just shales her head. / When I rock fast then...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Ambrose, Robert Steele, 1824-1908
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Abide with me; fast falls the eventide; / The darkness deepens, Lord with me abide. / When other helpers fail, and comforts flee, / Help of the helpless, O abide with me. / Swift to its close ebbs out life’s little day, / Earth’s joys grow dim, / Its glories pass away; / Change and decay, in all around I see, / O Thou who changest not, abide with me. / I fear no foe, with Thee at hand to bless; / Ills have no weight, / And tears no bitterness; / Where is Death’s sting; / Where grave thy...
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by Clarke, Robert Coningsby, 1879-1934
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Set my hands upon the plough, / My feet upon the sod: / Turn my face towards the east, / And praise be to God! / Ev’ry year the rains do fall, / The seeds they stir and spring; / Ev’ry year the spreading trees / Shelter birds that sing. / From the shelter of your heart, / Brother drive out sin, / Let the little birds of faith / Come and nest therein. / God has made His sun to shine / On both you and me; / God who took away my eyes, / That my soul might see!
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by Harvey, R.
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[i] Alone! all alone! / Far, far away! / The scout on his duty has gone; / And yet not alone in his heart is a tender memory borne; / "Goodbye my Love," she had said, "goodbye!" / In a voice all sobbing with grief: / Remember your sweetheart watching here; / In the land of the Maple Leaf! [ii] Ah! what is that! / An Ambush! he's cauht by two of his country's foes! / "We'll spare his life," the commander says / "If he tells us all that he knows!" / But...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Knapp, Phoebe Palmer, 1839-1908
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[Introduction] Open, Open, Open the gates of the Temple, / Open the gates of the Temple. [Verse 1] Open the gates of the Temple, / Strew palms on the Conqueror’s way, / Open your hearts O ye people, / That Jesus may enter today. / Hark! From the sick and the dying, / Forgetting their couches of pain. / Voices, glad votes with rapture / Are swelling, are swelling, are swelling a glad refrain. / Voices, glad voices with rapture / Are swelling, a glad, a glad refrain. [Verse 2] Open the gates of...
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by Morin-Labrecque, Albertine, 1886-1957
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[English] [Chorus] Your eyes, your smiles, your glances / From mem’ry ne’er will part, / Like sparkling wine entrances / Your kisses drowned my heart. / But now alas ‘tis ended / And naught but memory / Is left of those sweet days of bliss / When you loved me. [Verse 1] I never thought that to me you’d be untrue, dear, / As I recall the days we spent together; / It seems strange to be so far away from you, dear, / I can’t forget you, I will love you forever. [Chorus] [Verse 2] Won’t...
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by Schallehn, Henry
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by Kohler, Herbert
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by Muir, Alexander, 1830-1906
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[Verse 1] In the days of yore, from Britain’s shore, / Wolfe the dauntless hero came, / And planted firm Britannia’s flag, / On Canada’s fair domain. / Here may it wave, our boast, our pride. / And joined in love together, / The Thistle, Shamrock, Rose entwine / The Maple Leaf forever! [Chorus] The Maple Leaf, our emblem dear, / The Maple Leaf forever! / God save our King, and Heaven bless / The Maple Leaf forever! [Verse 2] At Queenston Heights and Lundy’s Lane, / Our brave fathers,...
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by O'Hara, Geoffrey, 1882-1967
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[i] In the long long ago (So they tell me,) / In a garden that nobody knows. / Dwelt a bashful and sweet modest lily / And a simple old fashioned white rose. / They both fell in love with the west wind, / One evening twilight’s close / But the wind was in love with the lily / That grew by the side of the rose. [ii] In the night came the amorous west wind / All confused by the dark I suppose / And the kiss that was meant for the lily / Was press’d to the lips of the rose. / And ever since...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Adams, Frederick W.
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by Ascher, Joseph, 1829-1869
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[Verse 1] [Contralto] The night shades are falling, / And fast gather around us; / The bright moon is gleaming, / And darkly lights the vale; [Tenor] Far far from my country, / And far from thy loving smile, / Alone must I wander, / And ne’er see thee again. [Contralto] Oh, angels of heaven! [Tenor] My heart ever shall be thine, love. [Contralto] Oh, guard him from evil! [Contralto, Tenor] Ah! why canst thou not be mine own! / Oh! love stay one moment, / A moment of ecstacy [ecstasy], / Thy...
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Canadian Sheet Music
by Rice, Gitz, 1891-1947
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[Verse 1] All my life is empty, / Since I went away, / Skies don’t seem to be so clear, / May some angel sentry, / Guard you while I stray, / And fate be kind to join us some sweet day. [Chorus] Oh, How I want you, / Dear old pal of mine, / Each night and day I pray you’re always mine. / Sweetheart may God bless you, / Angel hands caress you, / While sweet dreams rest you, / Dear old pal of mine. [Verse 2] Dearie I’m so lonely, / How I miss your smile, / And your tender loving way, / I...
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[Verse 1] It’s three o’clock in the morning, / We’ve danced the whole night thru, / And daylight soon will be dawning, / Just one more waltz with you, / That melody so entrancing / Seems to be made for us two, / I could just keep right on dancing forever dear with you. [Chorus] There goes the three o’clock chime, / chiming rhyming, / My heart keeps beating in time, / Sounds like an old sweet love tune; / Say that there soon will be a honeymoon.
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[Prologue (Optional and spoken)] British are we, in this Empire free, / Class distinction is thrown to the winds / Our freedom’s at stake, the foe we must break! / It is honor [honour] each one of us binds. / Magna Charta of old, to our ancestors bold, / Gave us freedom of speech and thought / To relinquish it now like a slave, to bow, / Every man, to his feet, should be brought! [Verse 1] Your brother’s “in line”, in the trenches, / “Doing his bit” for you / Laughing at many...
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